I saw it. I don't cry often, but trust me, I cried like a newborn baby!
I can watch horror movies that are pretty gruesome. I cannot watch a movie where a dog dies. Even if the death isn't shown, just implied. (I will never see Marly and Me) I thought my sister and I were the only ones, but apparently not. There is this website that lets people know if the dog dies in a movie. Does The Dog Die?
However, I thought that story was beautiful, and I couldn't look away. The pictures were gorgeous. They told much more than the simple captions underneath.
[QUOTE= What I would have never thought of on my own before being a member of this forum or seeing something like this is that my beloved pet's passing doesn't have to be dictated by the vet but by me! And that if I have the emotional strength to withstand it, I could actually be proactive in making sure I have absolutely no regrets concerning her trip to rainbow bridge. I guess that just means so much to me that I want to share that information with others.[/QUOTE]
Same here! I never would have thought to do this if I hadn't read that story. No matter what, that day will be awful. It would be nice to have a memory like this to help with the pain of the loss of a furry friend.